- Atmospheric scientists
- Environmental geologists
- Petroleum geologists
- Planetary geologists
- Structural geologists
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Geoscientists are involved in some of society's most challenging problems and exciting phenomena, such as:
The jobs of geoscientists may have them working on problems in their hometown or across the world. They may be doing basic field work in the wilderness one day and utilizing the most sophisticated analytical and computer equipment the next.
Meaningful careers are open to those with bachelor’s degrees, with expanded opportunities for those who go on to receive graduate degrees.
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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, geoscientists make an average yearly income of $89,910. The estimated growth for geology-related job openings from 2014 to 2024 is 10 percent, which is faster than the average growth for all jobs in the U.S.